A Cannabis Thanksgiving Feast

If you're approved to use medical marijuana in Canada, you can show your thankfulness Sunday with a cannabis Thanksgiving feast. We've put together a full menu of THC-infused cuisine. But don't feel the need to go overboard by making the whole spread!

The Main Event

Normally we'd start with an appetizer. But turkey is the centerpiece of a Thanksgiving feast in Canada and the U.S., so let's begin with how to baste your bird in garlic cannabutter:

Sides

Turkey's the main attraction, but your table will look pretty sparse without a supporting cast of side dishes. Let's start filling your plate with THC-infused stuffing.

Now add some delicious cannabis cranberry sauce. (Note: takes two days to prepare!)

Get some veggies in there with green bean casserole (with extra greens):

And don't forget the potatoes. You can make them smashed and roasted potatoes with herbs...and herb:

Or if you prefer mashed potatoes, just swap out your usual butter for cannabutter.

Dessert

If there's any room left after the Thanksgiving feast, you can kick back and enjoy a slice of cannabis apple pie. Don't leave this one on the windowsill to cool!

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